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Business

Global Forex Market

AMID a short working week due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the US dollar closed higher by 0.31% to 96.712 following a stronger appetite for safe-haven assets after the rout in the stock market that saw Dow Jones and S&P 500 tumbling 2.2% and 3.2%, respectively, amid a nosedive in crude oil price.

Economy

Economists stay confident with PH government post-100 days

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite delays in fulfilling its promises, economists remain confident with the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration led by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who aims for a country which is corruption-free and economically vibrant.

Business

Treasury Pulse

Global ForeignExchange Market

Business

Demystifying the debt dilemma

Analysts say new government needs to quickly introduce measures to reduce the country’s liabilities

Business

All eyes on Pakatan manifesto

WHEN the results of the 14th general election were finally formalised early Thursday morning, showing that Pakatan Harapan had won and would form the new government, there was a sense of excitement among its voters over the reforms promised by the incoming administration.

Corporate News

Immigration to open several common counters at KLIA during peak periods

KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department will open several common counters at the KL International Airport (KLIA) to reduce the queuing time during the peak travelling periods.

Investment

Setting your financial goals for 2018

IT IS almost the end of 2017 and as usual, many of us will begin to reflect and set resolutions for 2018.

Business

PR1MA step-up financing scheme allows more to buy homes

IN last week’s Budget 2018, the Government extended PR1MA’s step-up financing scheme (SPEF) to private developers, subject to certain conditions, as part of its effort to house the middle income (M40) with their first house.

Business

Financial advice for fresh graduates

IT’S that time of the academic year again… graduation time! Many fresh graduates think they will be done learning (it’s just starting) and will begin their career working at a start-up, join the family business, or enrol in the corporate cubicle rat race.

Business

A forgiving way to boost revenue

Optimistically cautious by Errol Oh
Should Malaysia be inspired by Indonesia’s successful tax amnesty?